As per the reports, India generates almost 26,000 tonnes of plastic waste per day, according to a CPCB estimate from 2012. CPCB has estimated the collection efficiency as 80.28% in 2014, out of which only 28.4% was treated. Remaining quantities were disposed in landfills or open dumps. Uncollected plastic waste eventually ends up in the natural environment — in our seas and oceans or piling up on our lands. 94% of the plastic waste is estimated to be thermoplastics which can be recycled. The government’s current focus is also in the direction of reducing plastic waste and encouraging consumption as recycle.
The reuse of plastics will decrease the consumption of resources to produce plastic products as well as reduce the plastic waste. The recycled plastic used as raw material for building and construction products will decrease the use of alternate resources as well. The motive behind the proposal is to present techno commercially superior products as alternative to conventional products while keeping focus on ecology.
The present proposal focuses on the utilization of waste plastic to create products to be used for building and construction projects and decorative purposes. The products will be certified by third party for strength and other mechanical properties. The products will be economically evaluated to be competitive on techno commercial terms to the traditional products used in the building and construction.
The project will generate business volume of about 80000 Euro per Year.
Our team is a group of Chemical Engineers and Polymer Engineers. We are looking for partners who can be benefited by the business turnover. Please ask us for any further questions or clarifications.